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Stylianos Papaioannou, Leeann Brigham and Patrik Krieger Sensory deprivation during early development causes an increased exploratory behavior in a whisker-dependent decision task Brain and Behavior 3

Version of Record online: 29 NOV 2012 | DOI: 10.1002/brb3.102

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Sensory exploration strategy is affected by sensory deprivation. Mice that were sensory deprived by sparing only the CD whiskers during the first postnatal week showed an increased exploratory behavior (increased number of attempts with on average shorter duration) in a whisker-dependent decision task.

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